Natassia and Ollie married in July 2015 and we wanted to share their amazing wedding with you.
The event was put together by our wedding stylist in Berkshire and we think you’ll agree it stayed true to the theme the bride and groom had chosen which was gold and pink.
Natassia introduced her pink theme by dressing her bridesmaids in soft pastel shades of rose pink. Very pretty and very appropriate for a summer wedding.
So our stylist had a very clear idea of the theme that the bride wanted to continue and did her best to ensure that it reflected the whole of the wedding day…
As you can see, the interior of the wedding ceremony room had wooden panelling, which gave it a decidedly golden hue. This was reflected in the gilt effect on the chairs, which were tied with lavish pale pink sashes which co-ordinated with the bridesmaids’ dresses.
A lovely touch was a small bag of pink petal confetti placed on every seat, so that the guests could send the newly-weds off in a cloud of scented petals. Petals were also strewn along the aisle, which was deliberately chosen in a neutral colour so as not to overpower the gentle pinks and gold. At the end of every row of chairs was a hurricane lantern with candles and petals, with roses decorating the base.
Certainly a room to impress the guests on their arrival!
We had to share a photograph of Natassia’s wedding cake. It was soooo pretty! In different tiers of gold, pink and white, it reflected the colours of the day and took pride of place in a corner of the reception room for the guests to admire. The pink bow linking the cakes together was also reminiscent of the chair sashes.
At the wedding reception, large and eye catching gold candelabra formed an imposing centrepiece on every table and yet were tall enough not to prevent guests from seeing one another and chatting freely. Our stylist added an extra touch of sparkle with chandelier style draping around the candelabra arms.
The pink chair sashes worked beautifully, giving the room a very luxe feel. So many details in this photograph for you to enjoy. See the hand tied napkins with pink bows and a name tag for each place setting.
White and pink peonies were used to create a romantic bowl display at the centre of every table. And at the back of this photograph you can see the spectacular wedding cake being shown off – it certainly deserved to be admired!
The bride and grooms table was extra special, our stylist used a textured tablecloth with a three-dimensional rose pattern that continued the very romantic feel of the day. A pink heart-shaped box of delicious chocolates prettied up every place setting further… This is certainly a photograph the bride and groom would want for the photograph album in future, don’t you think?
Our stylists have a real knack for making table settings extra special and will have all sorts of ideas when it comes to styling a table, using runners, chair sashes and props like candelabra, table numbers, birdcages etc. Just get in touch and have a chat about ideas, that’s what they love to do!
Every table was numbered with a sparkly gold numeral, so guests could find where they were sitting easily. And on the table pink and gold rose petals were scattered freely, adding a subtle fragrance.
This is a wedding that we’re really proud of and one which Natassia and Ollie never wanted to end. They formed a good working relationship with our stylist and that communication shines through in the finished result.
Whatever ideas you have for your wedding day, it’s always worth getting in touch with your local stylist to see what they can do for you. By getting in touch you are under no obligation to take things further but it will bring you one step closer to having a wedding that looks the way you have always dreamed of.
Thanks to Natassia and Ollie for sharing their big day!
Image credit: SLR Photography